The software security world uses lots of complicated terminology. We break down, in simple language, some of the most important vocabulary.
The shift to remote and hybrid work models has stressed existing workforce management processes. Agencies that use low-code applications, however, can better respond to rapidly changing requirements. Here are five best practices for leveraging low-code technology.
Agencies need the ability to manage their data seamlessly, whether it’s on premises or in the cloud, in order to take advantage of innovative opportunities. A solution known as an open source relationship database management system (RDBMS) can help.
Federal agencies often lack the financial resources to pay for IT modernization expenditures up front, despite the long-term cost savings of that approach. Instead, agencies are relying on on-demand consumption models that deliver simplified and predictable pricing.
From the types of attacks that take place, constantly increasing vulnerabilities, and growing automation and digitization, it’s crucial that governments monitor their security.
Community emergency responders can have a hard time finding the caller on sprawling bases and agencies. Here’s a tool that can help.
Adopting a DevOps approach can bear fruit quickly: Agencies can develop better quality software, faster. But DevOps is really a journey, and there are four steps, experts say, to developing a DevOps program that’s maximally effective.
Supply chain cyber attacks are escalating. Vendors that can help remove weak links and defend against incursions are essential.
A new law dedicates $280 billion dollars over ten years to moving large-scale manufacturing — for semiconductors and other items — to the U.S. and fast-tracking investment of R&D for cutting-edge technologies.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) takes masses of information about scientific breakthroughs and translates it into audience-specific language that make sense to policymakers and the general public. That’s a challenging and critically important skill. Here’s how the GAO does it.